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What we offer

Our experinece at your service to successfully launch your business in Switzerland

Business Setup

We are the one-stop-shop to launch your business in Switzerland. Turn-key solution from the selection of the most appropriate legal form to the 360 degrees legal advisory, we’ve got you covered.
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Trademark and Intellectual property protection

We protect your trademarks, to maximize your brand value and to secure your brand identity.
Our experience at your service to decide and execute the most effective strategy to protect you intellectual property.
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Accounting and CFO Services

We provide tailor made solutions for your financial management and accounting.
We help startups to professionalise and optimise their financial function. Whether you need ongoing advice or to hire a CFO, we have the key competence you are looking for.
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FINMA Compliance

We have years of hans-on experience helping startup companies dealing with key compliance matters, such-as ICO Guidelines, anti-money laundering (AML), know your customers (KYC), Security Token Offering Prospectus.
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Fundraising with ICO and STO

We are your strategic fundrasing  partner. Levereging crypto-finance instruments like tokenized equity or tokenized bonds, and our extensive network, we will secure the funding for your company.
Our experts will guide you end-to-end for a successfull Security Token Offering (STO) and Initial Coin Offering (ICO).
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Below you will find answers to frequently asked questions about setting up a company in Switzerland, related legal questions and general information.
How much does it cost to found a company?

It depends on the chosen legal form, canon of incorporation and other factors. For a standard Business Corporation (Aktiengesellschaft, joint-stock company) having one or two natural persons as founders, in Canton Zug, you should budget CHF 2'000 (plus registration fee commercial register, CHF 800)

What is the minimum share capital?

The limited liability company (GmbH) must have nominal capital amounting to at least CHF 20,000, and must be fully paid in; the joint stock company (AG) must have have a capital stock of at least CHF 100,000, the paid-up share capital must amount toat least CHF 50,000

Do founders have to appear in person?

No, the founders can be represented providing powers of attorney

Do I need a residence and work permit?

The company must be represented by at least one person domiciled in Switzerland and with sole signatory power. This requirement may be satisfied by a member of the Board of Directors orby an external professional manager that we provide.

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